Project DescriptionHottest Chip was an interactive web app which supported a community driven competition component, for premium appliance manufacturer Tefal. It allowed users to dress up and customise chip avatars with hundreds of unique items - entering them into the competition. Users voted on other entries, with winners being announced in-app every week.
Project DescriptionThe Eggsperts is a four-part educational mobile app series for younger children to hone their language and numeracy skills. It features interactive learning through various engaging and age appropriate games - as well as streaming videos, with a karaoke style sing-along video component.
Client:ABC, Reading Eggs
Role:Lead developer / Game designer
Project DescriptionAn innovative tech demo and mini-game using the Microsoft Kinect Sensor to track body movements. It challenges the player to touch all the correct icons with the correct limbs, within the allocated time period. As the player progresses, the challenges get increasingly difficult to a point of physical torment.
Project DescriptionRocky's Rampage was an adver-game designed to promote materials manufacturer CSR. The game is a highly accessible 'platform runner', which sees the protagonist run through a construction site shooting glue at his colleagues. The game is a light-hearted advertising tool which brings awareness to the CSR brand and products - which are scattered throughout the game.
Role:Lead developer / game designer
Project DescriptionFeatured across several national news channels, 'Your Carbon Price' is an interactive interactive info-graphic and calculator built in response to new legislation passed by the Australian Government. The app was an initiative by several key bodies, including Choice Australia and the Climate Institute of Australia.
Client:The Climate Institute, Choice Australia
Project DescriptionA responsive cross platform webpage designed to promote the new Vitaminis kids product line. The website features a full-screen video component and css3 animations, as well as a 'mobile first' design philosophy - which efficiently loads the smallest content first.
Project DescriptionAn interactive kiosk installation featured at the Go Green Festival; a community event run by the Sydney Council. Go Green Challenge was designed to target and educate younger users about the benefits and strategies of using clean energy sources - though an engaging and fun interactive experience.
Role:Lead developer, Creative direction
Project DescriptionAn Independent mobile and PC game currently in development. The game uses several techniques such as 'on demand object pooling' and 'look up tables' to allow for high performance results on mobile - with a stable frame rate of 60fps. The game is currently in a paused working prototype phase, with development restarting in 2018.
Role:lead developer / concept and creative